CAMP ARDEH, P. O. Oakland, Me.
Alt. 250 ft.
Chester J. Teller, Eva M. Teller, 15 East 10th St., New York City.
For girls 10-16 Enr.70 Staff 18 Est. 1921 Fee $400.
THE BARTA CAMP, P. O. Casco, Me.
Alt. 600 ft. Elinor C. Burta, 6 Cabot St., Winchester, Mass.
For girls 7-17 Enr. Staff Est. 1926 Fee $325.
The Tiarta Camp, formerly (Camp Woodland Springs), opened in 1926, is owned and directed by Elinor C. Rarta, with whom are associated her brothers, Elliot as assistant director, and Winthrop as business manager. Miss Barla for five years previously had been director of Camp Winnemont, and before that was associated with the Cobbs at Wyonegonic. She has also taught at the Woodward School, Boston, and Miss Chapman's School, Pinehurst, N. C. White Mountain trips, canoe trips, nature study, riding and water sports are included in the camp activities, and attention is given to those athletics adapted lo the girl's ability. Crafts, photography, and dramatics are on the program, and a special feature is made of the camp chorus. (page 206)
CEDAR CREST CAMP, P. O. Oakland, Me.
Alt. 275 ft.
Dr. Joseph I. Gorfinkle, North Fulton Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
For boys 7-17 Enr. Staff 18 Est. 1916 Fee $375
ECHO LAKE CAMP FOR GIRLS, P. O. R.F.D. 27, Readfield, Me.
Alt. 700 ft.
Letnora E, Stark, B.A., 525 West End Ave., New York City.
For girls 9-17 Enr. 70 Staff 15 Est. 1920 Fee $375.
HIGHLAND NATURE CAMPS, P. O. North Sebago, Me.
Alt. 350 .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Lehman, Estelle B. Daviclsburg, Highland Manor, Tarrytown, N. Y.
For girls 7-12, 12- 14, 15-19 Enr. 122 Staff 42 Est. 1910 Fee $400.
Since 1913 this camp, under the present directors, has occupied this site. Previously the same three had a camp in Connecticut, and as early as 1910 they had chaperoned a group of girls during a summer outing. Eugene H. Lehman, A.B., Yale '02, A.M., '08, formerly associated with the Sachs School, New York City, established in 1920 Highland Manor, a country boarding school for Jewish girls at Tarrytown, New York. Since 1919 Mr. Lehman has been active in the Camp Directors Association; he is also editor of "Camps and Camping". The Highland Nature Camps, with separate Junior, Intermediate and Senior divisions, although non-sectarian in spirit, is largely patronized by prominent Jewish families. The program is well varied. Pottery, basketry and weaving, taught by experts, are among the arts and crafts. Trips arc taken to the White Mountains, and canoe trips up the Songo and Crooked rivers are featured. Much emphasis and ceremonialism is introduced into the camp fires. (pg 208)
CAMP JO-LEE, P. O. North Belgrade, Me.
Alt. 175 ft.
Mrs. Joseph C. Hyman, 92 Morningside Ave., New York City.
For girls 8-18 Enr. 64 Staff 14 Est. 1920 Fee $350
CAMP KENNEBEC, P. O. North Belgrade, Me.
Alt. 3175 ft.
Louis M. Fleisher, Samuel G. Friedrnan, 28 South 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
For boys 13-17 Enr. 97 Staff 19 Est. 1906 Fee $400.
KENNEBEC JUNIOR, P. O. North Belgrade, Me.
Alt. 275 ft.
Louis M. Fleisher, Samuel G. Friedman, 38 South ryth St., Philadelphia, Pa.
For boys 10-13 Enr. 72 Staff 19 Est 1906 Fee ?40o.
CAMP KODA, P. 0. Bridgton, Me.
Alt. 300 ft.
Ephraim Wcinstein, 432 Fort Washington Ave., New York City.
For boys Fee $325.
KAMP KOHUT, P. O. Oxford, Me.
Alt. 350 ft.
George A. Kohut, Ph.D., 220 West 87th St., New York City.
For boys 7-18 Enr. 130 Staff 20 Est. 1907 Fee $350
CAMP TAPAWINGO, P. 0. Harrison, Me.
Alt. 300 ft.
Effie Bendann, Hotel Wolcott, New York City. Dora Weil, ao2o Eutaw PL, Baltimore, Md,
For girls 12-18 Enr. 50 Staff 12 Est. 1921 Fee $400.
CAMP WALDEN, P. 0. Denmark, Me.
Alt. 500 ft.
Blanche Hirsch, B.S.s, Clara Altschul, 5 West 91st St., New York City.
For girls 12-18. Enr. 70 Staff 12 Est. 1916 Fee $450.
CAMP WINNEBAGO, P. 0. Fayette, Me.
Alt. 325 ft.
Frederick L. Guggenheimer, B.A., 219 West 81st St., New York City.
For boys 10-18 Enr. 97 Staff 20 Est 1920 Fee $400.
CAMP WOODLANDS, P. O. Bridgton, Me,
Alt. 300 ft.
Mrs. Ray F. Schwartz, 31 West 110 St., New York City.
For girls 10-20 Enr 86 Staff 23 Est. 1921 Fee $375.